Office etiquette: Sign gift card from "all' or only contributors sign? — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
Question: “We took a collection to buy gifts for our managers, thanking them for contributing to a celebration they funded out of their own pockets. Only some of the people in our department contributed because some couldn’t afford it, and others just simply refused. What is the proper etiquette for signing the card? Do I have the contributors sign, or should I sign on behalf of the department? I don’t want to leave out the people who couldn’t afford it, but I don’t want those who refused to give to get credit, especially since those who did give, gave substantially.” — Amanda
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